Google has landed its first retail deal in the US to sell its Nexus One phone, but there's a catch - the phone will cost $300 instead of the $180 that users were charged at Google's online store.
Ohio's state legislature today passed a bill that carves out a new law for under-18 individuals who share nude pictures of themselves with other minors. It will allow them to be charged with something other than child pornography.
Breaks wind barrier in phone technology. Damn you short headlines designed for ADD Internets.
Apple has now become the most valuable technology company in the world, after end-of-day trading brought the company's market cap to $22.1 billion.
Mercedes-Benz is expanding its love for iDevices by outfitting its dealers with the Apple tablet and trying to prove that it can work in enterprise environments.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang is confident that Intel's recently introduced Moorestown processor will pose little threat to his Tegra SoC.
A Bulgarian mobile phone service company has banned a number from its systems after everyone - yes, everyone - to whom it assigned the number ended up dead.
A team of Japanese researchers has created a material that could be used to manufacture a low-price "super disc" with a capacity of 25 terabytes.
Intel has officially confirmed that it will not be bringing a discrete graphics product - such as the Larrabee GPGPU - to market.
Lockheed Martin is developing a rifle-scope attachment that will allow soldiers to accurately view targets at varying distances without changing scopes or decreasing optical resolution.
Sony has designed a "rollable" OTFT-driven OLED display that is small enough to be wrapped around a pencil.
Has the recent tablet craze sentenced the humble netbook to an untimely death?
Google is promoting a browser add-on tool designed to block data collection from its own Analytics platform.
Apple has expressed concern over a number of recent suicides at Foxconn's southern China factory.
Dell just announced their Streak Smartphone/Tablet and, as I wrote before, I’ve been using an early prototype since the beginning of the year.
Scientists have genetically modified fruitflies to let them smell blue light - it smells of bananas to them, apparently.
3D TV will never take off until viewers can take off their specs, says Informa Telecoms & Media.
The Justice Department is looking at Apple's iTunes business, according to the New York Times.
A scientist at the University of Reading says he's become the first person in the world to be infected by a computer virus.
Nokia good - Nintendo bad, says Greenpeace, which has released the latest edition of its Guide to Greener Electronics.